The refrigerated display fridge is easily one of the more popular and most common options for most businesses. This type of reach-in commercial cooling equipment comes as a regular fixture in most end-consumer type of business establishments. It is heavily used in both large supermarket set-up and the smaller ones including the convenience stores. Food items that must be within constant reach of consumers and require storage condition within a specific temperature range are usually stored inside the reach-in type of commercial cooling equipment.
The refrigerated display fridge is ideal for those merchandises that are heavily cycled on a daily basis and which are not usually stored on longer time frame. This type of commercial refrigeration equipment is constantly opened during the course of business operations logically demanding much in terms of performance and efficiency. Under this particular concern, we can draw the major distinctions between the commercial refrigeration equipment and their household counterpart. All these distinctions are related to the size and energy requirements of the cooling unit. This is also the bases for the established standards imposed on all commercial cooling equipment.
There are generally two sub-types of the reach-in cooling equipment. The first subtype is the refrigerated display unit and the other reach-in sub-type is generally used for food items requiring long term storage. The first subtype allows for easy checking of both the workers and consumers of the contents of the cooling equipment. This eliminates the necessity of constantly opening the cooling equipment when checking and selecting the items that you want to purchase.
What are the basic differences of the commercial refrigerated display fridge and the standard cooling appliance for the home? In the reach-in variants, the condenser coils are located within the fridge casing or at a separate location that is far from the cooling unit. The upside of the remote location of the condenser coils is the reduction of unnecessary thermal release.
While we may consider the cooling equipment as a simple fixture that we need in our business and dismiss them as ordinary storage cabinets outfitted with some dials and a compressor, we must remember that its commercial specifications and standards makes it a hi-tech equipment which is totally different from their household counterpart. It is not a wise business practice to use the home cooling appliance for your business as it is not a cost-effective option.
When you open the door of the refrigerated display fridge, the cold air inside is released and is replaced by the warm air within the kitchen. This process immediately ensues to correct the variance in the temperature within the room and the space inside the cooling appliance. This event will result to the activation of the thermostat which will in turn trigger the compressor pump to distribute the refrigerant to maintain the desired temperature inside the cooling appliance.
The power of the compressor of the home cooling appliance is suited to manage a few times that it is opened under the domestic setting. Hence, if such variant is used under a commercial setup, it can not be able to maintain the desired temperature range as the power of the compressor is not sufficient enough to carry such load.
Post time: 09-04-2017